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Keeping your child safe online is not always an easy task. New technology, regular updates or upgrades can change how things work, sometimes making it difficult to keep up.
So, to help, we have put together some simple things you can do to make your child’s online devices safer.
Settings advice and information
Settings advice for social media
Here are five top tips to help keep you and your child safe when online.
Our online identity can have an impact on our everyday lives as we get older.
Education establishments and employees have been known to use the internet to find out more about potential candidates.
Helping your child to understand the potential impact of what they share as they grown up, can help them take control of their online reputations in the future.
Internet Matters offer helpful information and practical advice for parents and caregivers around making sure your child has a positive online identity.
You may have heard a lot of discussion recently about 'AI'. But what does it mean and what do you need to know?
AI or artificial intelligence is a computer or machine that can perform a function the same way a human can.
Internet Matters offer information and guidance on what you need to know about AI and how you can use it to support your children in different ways.
You can find lots more advice and information on how to keep your child safe online from other public service organisations who we work with.
Supping young people, their families and communities in Essex
Online safety advice and information
Online safety education from the National Crime Agency
Advice to protect you and your family
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